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Oct 1, 2012 4:00am PDT
go up a little bit." those comments were from trader jack scoville of price futures group. he is skeptical about earlier reports of a bacon shortage because of the large amount of hogs that would have be slaughtered to cause a shortfall of pork. in our cover story, auto gadgetry that would make james bond proud. but instead of helping a crafty spy elude bad guys, these devices do all kinds of things including helping you lower your car insurance premiums. in planes, trains and busses they're called black boxes or event recorders. they provide a readout of speed, acceleration, braking and a host of things about engine performance. these telematic devices are now rolling out for cars. later this month, the audiovox company begins selling its car connection in sears and pep boys stores across the country. parents of teenage drivers are expected to be particularly interested. but telematics are especially popular with the insurance industry, and in most states now, companies are offering them to customers. "8 out of the 10 top insurers have these programs where motorists can sign
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